There's almost a surfeit of visual style on display here, but murder, mystery, and incest do not quite make effective bedfellows in INNOCENT LIES.
In September, 1938, British Inspector Cross (Adrian Dunbar) travels across the Channel to a palace-like estate in Calais to investigate the murder of his old friend Joe Greene (Donal McCann). The household is headed by the severe, tight-lipped Lady Graves (Joanna Lumley) and includes her son
Jeremy (Stephen Dorff), daughter-in-law Maud (Marianne Denicourt), daughter Celia (Gabrielle Anwar), and her fiance Christopher (Alexis Denisof). With the local Prefect Montfort (Bernard Haller) reluctantly cooperating, Cross quic...